She also castigated Bredesen for vocally opposing the Republican-led tax reform package that President Donald Trump signed into law last December, which brought relief for the majority of Americans and is partially responsible for current economic successes.
Blackburn accused Bredesen of standing with illegal immigrants, arguing that a 2004 Tennessee law he signed, which provided illegal immigrants with driving certificates, is representative of Bredesen’s views on immigration reform.
“And if you want to have a U.S. senator who is going to stand with President Donald J. Trump and get the job done for you, stand with me,” Blackburn said.
Bottom line: Phil Bredesen is an independent thinker with a proven record of working with Democrats and Republicans,” his campaign said.
Alyssa Hansen, Bredesen’s press secretary, drew a contrast between Bredesen and Blackburn, arguing Bredesen represents a Washington outsider and Blackburn represents congressional gridlock.